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As it continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Commonwealth of Virginia is now in Forward Virginia: Phase One of its response program. We've created a special page with more information about Phase One Guidelines and what it means for local businesses and experiences in Virginia's Blue Ridge. See the Guidelines >
The spring season in the Roanoke Valley in Virginia's Blue Ridge is full of beautiful blooms and fun.
Between the beauty that can be found along the Blue Ridge Parkway and the rich variety of plants and flora in the Blue Ridge Mountains, it's a picturesque landscape that will provide the opportunity to reconnect with nature.
Remember to bring your binoculars and keep an eye out for the diverse selection of birds and wildlife in Virginia's Blue Ridge. The area is known for deer, red-tailed hawks, bears, and eagles.
Virginia's Blue Ridge also features outstanding fishing at Smith Mountain Lake, which regularly hosts events as part of the Bassmaster series.
Spring is also festival season in the Roanoke Valley. Between music, art, strawberries, film, garden week, wine, dogs, beer, and more, there's always a fun celebration on the calendar during a spring visit.
It's also the perfect time for an epic biking experience in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
With miles of single track for mountain biking, cycling on the TransAmerica Bicycle Trail, or casual road biking along the 30 miles of the Roanoke Valley Greenway system, you'll love getting to experience Virginia's Blue Ridge on two wheels.
Learn why the region is becoming known as a must-see spot among biking enthusiasts around the world.
There are also lots of opportunities to experience the arts & culture scene in Virginia's Blue Ridge, including at places like the Taubman Museum of Art in Downtown Roanoke and its exciting array of special exhibitions.
Don't wait to take your next vacation. Plan a spring break to Virginia's Blue Ridge!